Compare Air Source Heat Pumps by Hitachi
Hitachi is a big player in the technology industry and they don’t disappoint when it comes to air source heat pumps. Yutaki air source heat pumps by Hitachi can provide all your heating and domestic hot water requirements whilst simultaneously reducing energy bills and cutting your carbon emissions by up to 70%.
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Hitachi Air Source Heat Pumps
The Yutaki range of air source heat pumps are compact units which boast one of the highest efficiencies on the market. And, to give you maximum control and convenience, they also feature intuitive, wireless remote control to adjust room temperatures efficiently as well as a ‘One-Touch’ holiday button to keep your home at the right temperature while you’re away.
Yutaki heat pumps can operate in temperatures as low as -20°C and include weather compensation technology.
There are 3 air source heat pumps in the Yutaki range:
|Yutaki-M Air Source Heat Pump – Monobloc||Yutaki-S Air Source Heat Pump – Split||Yutaki-S80 Air Source Heat Pump – Split|
|Available Capacities (kW)||7.5 – 16||4.3 – 24||11 – 16|
|ErP Rating||Up to A+++||Up to A+++||Up to A+++|
|Flow Rate (m³/hour)||0.6 – 3.0||0.5 – 4.6||1.0 – 3.2|
|Maximum Hot Water Temperature||60°C||60°C||80°C|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-20°C||-20°C||-20°C|
|Dimensions in mm (W x H x D)||From 800 x 1252 x 370
Up to 1380 x 1252 x 370
|From 782 x 450 x 275
Up to 960 x 670 x 360
|1380 x 950 x 370|
|Sound Power Level dBA||61 – 65||37 – 47||63 – 65|
Yutaki-M Air Source Heat Pump
The Yutaki-M is a Monobloc heat pump which means it is an all-in-one compact unit which is installed outside the property It extracts heat from the air which is then used to produce hot water which is up to 60°C in temperature. This highly efficient system is perfect for replacing a traditional boiler or for new build properties
Yutaki-S Air Source Heat Pump
The Yutaki-S heat pump is split system which means it is made of an indoor unit and a separate outdoor unit. It will also produce hot water up to 60°C for heating and hot water, but can also be purchased with cooling functionality too. The Yutaki-S heat pump is the ideal solution for both new build and renovation projects and can also be used to heat swimming pools.
Yutaki-S80 Air Source Heat Pump
Hitachi’s Yutaki-S80 high temperature heat pump can produce hot water up to 80°C and is ideal as a boiler replacement for heating and domestic hot water or in new build projects. Instead of an electrical element, the system utilises an energy-efficient, secondary Cascade R134a Heat Pump Circuit to deliver provide a boost from 45°C to 80°C. Its hot water recovery time is the same as a traditional boiler and it also features weather compensation control, multiple heating/cooling settings, solar integration capacity and an optional 185 or 250-litre hot water tank.
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Why Consider a Hitachi Air Source Heat Pump?
4 x More Efficient Than a Boiler
Hitachi Yutaki air source heat pumps use 1kW of electricity to extract renewable energy from the air and produce a highly efficient output of 4kW heat. This heats refrigerant in the system which can then heat your home water. So an air source heat pump from Mitsubishi actually generates 4 times as much energy as it uses; when you compare that to a traditional boiler which turns a maximum 92% of the fuel it uses into energy with the rest being lost to waste gases. Hitachi claim that their heat pumps can reduce energy bills by as much as 60%.
Lower Carbon Emissions
Most of the energy an air source heat pump uses to run comes from the natural air around your home. The small amount of electricity needed to power the heat pump produces only a fraction of the CO₂ emissions produced by a traditional oil or gas boiler. Hitachi claim that some homes could reduce carbon emissions by as much as 70%.
Convenient & Intuitive Controls
Keep control of your heating with a wireless remote thermostat and app including weekly timer, holiday mode, smart function and a favourite button.
Earn Money Through the RHI Scheme
A Hitachi Yutaki heat pump is MCS accredited which means the energy it generates could earn you money through the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.
The RHI scheme pays owners of eligible renewable heating systems for each unit of energy the heat pump generates for 7 years after it has been commissioned. The exact payments you’ll receive will vary depending on the current tariff, the technology installed and how much energy you generate.
How Much Does a Hitachi Air Source Heat Pump Cost?
To buy and install an air source heat pump you’re likely to be looking at costs between £6,000 – £12,000. However, it’s important to remember that once the upfront cost is taken care of you can look forward to many years of energy savings and potential earnings through the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme which will go a long way towards repaying your investment.
The price you’ll pay will depend on the make and model of the heat pump you choose and which company to carries out the installation, as well as the complexity of the work involved.
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